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ALLU appoints Operations Director for China

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Global Mining Review,

ALLU has appointed Pierre-Emmanuel Bujes as its new Operations Director for China. He will be leading the ALLU China operations and manufacturing facility. Bujes started his career over 25 years ago with Schneider Electric in commercial contracts. For the last 20 years, he has worked in China across the chemical industry. He has managed finance and general management for factories working alongside with customers across various industry sectors in Asia, before moving into consultancy for business transformation.

Pierre has a passionate entrepreneurial style and the experience of growing the Chinese market.

Pierre commented: “The opportunity to join ALLU and grow the Chinese market is an exciting challenge. ALLU has welcomed me to the family style culture and sense of teamwork with everyone going in the right direction. When I am not at work, I love to play tennis and go travelling mountaineering. We have a clear direction and a lot of potential for the Chinese market. We will be growing our team, and developing our network, helping to improve the customer experience, I am excited to be working with you all.”

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